THE EYE THAT SES

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

seeing eyeThe all-seeing eye, regardless of its representation, is a mystical symbol common among all those with any aspirations to wisdom. It is the symbol of the attainment of wisdom, or a symbol of God in the various religions of the world.

Of course, it is mainly associated with the occult and black magic.

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IT’S NOT ABOUT HELL

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

falling-off-cliff_2046653cOl’ Wile E. Coyote. Try as he might, he never could seem to catch that road Runner. He was always dreaming up new schemes to trap the speedster, but he always fell victim to his own devices.
We laughed ourselves silly watching his antics, but probably never got the message.

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Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

BatmanMost everyone recognizes this classic representation of “Good vs. Evil.”

The Joker, Batman’s arch-villain, mocks and opposes all things good. He is generally regarded as a homicidal maniac, and although he has had many chances to end the Joker’s existence, Batman has repeatedly failed to do so.

Therefore, the struggle of good and evil continues in Gotham City.

The Joker, and his persistent desire to establish anarchy as a way of life within the fictional Gotham City, represent something more than just the struggle of good and evil.

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HOW TO HELP YOUR KIDS BUY THEIR FIRST CAR

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

Ants

Go to the ant, O sluggard,
Observe her ways and be wise,
Which, having no chief, officer or ruler,
Prepares her food in the summer
And gathers her provision in the harvest.
How long will you lie down, O sluggard?
When will you arise from your sleep?
“A little sleep, a little slumber,
A little folding of the hands to rest”–
Your poverty will come in like a vagabond
And your need like an armed man.

(Pro. 6:6-11)

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THE ISSUE OF LIFE–part 4

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

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Guarding our heart requires that we be proactive with respect to those things that would tend to corrupt it—and those things are as many as the sands on the beach.

Therefore, it is NOT possible to take a preventative action against a certain type of enemy. We must have some sort of protection that will protect our heart against ANY kind of invasion.

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THE ISSUE OF LIFE–part 2

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

 

FALLING ASLEEP ON DUTY

“Guard your heart above all else, for it determines the course of your life.” (Pro. 4:23 NLT)

In Part 1 we learned that your heart determines your life, which basically means that YOU determine your life. I say that, because it is up to you to guard your heart.

If you guard it, you have control.

If you do not guard it, you do not have control over your life, but are at the effect of anything and every thing that comes along.

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THE ISSUE OF LIFE–part 1

Pondering the Principles of Proverbs

GuardHeartSnoopy “Guard your heart above all else, for it determines the course of your life.” (Pro. 4:23 NLT)

I heard Billy Graham say, in effect, “I looked over the newspaper this morning and read about murders, rapes, robberies, adulteries, embezzlements and other problems in this city, and I wasn’t bothered.

“And that bothers me.”

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